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ROUTE MARCH OF THE HIGHLANDERS

ROUTE MARCH OF THE HIGHLANDERS

IN (BIRMINGHAM. With the object of giving fillip local recruiting the 6th Territorial Battalion of the Argyll and Sutherland Highlander®, who have been quartered in Birmingham for the past ten days, took part on Saturday in « route march through the principal thoroughfares of Bi
09 November 1914 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
RELIEVING THE DISTR^J PROGRESS OP THE fund. u The Prince of Wales’s Saturday reached the toti f £970 has been

RELIEVING THE DISTR^J PROGRESS OP THE fund. u The Prince of Wales’s Saturday reached the toti f £970 has been

given on. The latest contributions inchd dents in Porto Eico, £400 ; British^T " I '* l ' n. Constantinople, : British British residents a instalment), u ,i *"> lt 7 (Limited), West Africa £107; members Persian’ Gulf I "'■ or 0 ' FFjr* The Queen Work f„ .S Saturday reached £85,0
09 November 1914 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
THE BIRMINGHAM FIN-D

THE BIRMINGHAM FIN-D

THE BIRMINGHAM - £297 was the amount or’ the *.-. Birmingham Relief Fund -• tffie total up to £92,1%. • eluded £5B Bd. ;-j#» . employes of D. Mason and Son.-. I from the employes the v Tr'- meat, £25 from tho employes o-’ and £25 from the employ. J f T» Daily Post '* and Daily Ma
09 November 1914 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
STAFFORDSHIRE.

STAFFORDSHIRE.

With Sir Lovelace charge of operation* there woe quite a representative company of hunt members out with the North Staiford&hire hounds ;eeterday for dbeir appointment Oakley, near iiarket Drayton. With a marked improvement scenting condition*, some capital sport was furnished b
29 September 1914 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
THE REPOSITORY, MOtSELET oTREET. CAVES, BIRMIXGHAM (ESTABLISHED 1799), THURSDAY NEXT. December 3. HJO prompt. HORSES, all Casses. 60 HARNESS HORSES

THE REPOSITORY, MOtSELET oTREET. CAVES, BIRMIXGHAM (ESTABLISHED 1799), THURSDAY NEXT. December 3. HJO prompt. HORSES, all Casses. 60 HARNESS HORSES

and HUNTERS. .O CART. VAN. »ud FLOAT HORSES. HORSES and MARES, from L. and N.-W. Bly. Co. HORSES MARKS, from Midmnd Rly. Co. I.» Good VAN HORSES, from M«ani. Schapiro and Co. il> Good Wii*h CART HORSES and VANNER3, from Mr. Hodgkin. 8 Good Honnd HORSES, from Mr. Pooler. 8 Upstan
28 November 1914 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
STOURURHKJE STOCK SALE, TUESDAY NEXT. December Heed of CATTLE. SHEEP. LAMBS. PIGS, CALVES. *c. Bale 1.30 prompt. ANNUAL CHRISTMAS SHOW

STOURURHKJE STOCK SALE, TUESDAY NEXT. December Heed of CATTLE. SHEEP. LAMBS. PIGS, CALVES. *c. Bale 1.30 prompt. ANNUAL CHRISTMAS SHOW

AND SALE, DrCBMRZR, U, 1911 will include-30 Munificent SHOW BULLOCKS and UEIFEBS (11 to I'Jcwl.l from Lord Coventry. £47 IN PHJZEB TO VENDORS AND PURCHASERS. H. KING SON. Auctioneer*. TUESDAY NEXT DECEMBER SHREWSBURY SMITHFIELD. ALFRED MANSELL & 00. wiU Sell by Auction, reserve-
28 November 1914 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
apabtments.

apabtments.

A cCOSfMODATKTN.—ComfortabIs Bed Rooms sod Sitting A. Room; modem cou»emeooes; tram; board optional; xcu-xeuoe. Modar*ie.-440. Mt»ei«y a PAB.TirKNTS Raard-Randooc*: sirporior borne. Term* A iw. ~a «ui>erk>rly furnubed ; modern conve.nienc«a; Ed.too 'A PARTMENTS (superior); three
28 November 1914 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
Public Examination's.

Public Examination's.

FF our . Sutton Cold&W, building contractor. First meeting, December 4, UJO Buakm Chambers, 191, Corpora non Street, ham; public examination, December 16, at 2.30 p.m., the House, Corporation Street, Birmingham. W. H. Wood, School Lane. Hell Green, Birmingham eketneal engmeer. F
28 November 1914 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
THE TURMTSQgAM DAILY POST. SATURDAY.' NOVEMBER 28. THI4.

THE TURMTSQgAM DAILY POST. SATURDAY.' NOVEMBER 28. THI4.

THE DAILY POST. SATURDAY.' NOVEMBER 28. THI4. merely owing to Govern men fc that the wolf being kept from the door. It is true that these orders and indirectly are laving an important effect. But quite apart rom them, things are looking brighter. Proeseor Ashley quotes the motor
28 November 1914 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
The Allies and the Panama Exhibition.

The Allies and the Panama Exhibition.

Despite the ravages of the war, it may be believed, from statement to me by an authority, that the British and French Governments will signify their intention to be formally and officially represented at the opening of the Panama Exhibition next year. There has been exchange of
28 November 1914 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England